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    Archive through May 04, 2014

    Finally got the 1450 running after winter storage. Wouldn't fire, couple of file strokes on the points & a new plug and it fired right up! Thanks again for your help, guys!
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    Archive through April 29, 2014

    Thanks Don, I'll do that this morning.
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    Archive through April 29, 2014

    Hi guys, haven't been on here in a while, been working on other things. Starting problem with my 1450. Hasn't been run much since I restored it and hasn't been started in a year & a half.This spring I got it out, new gas, new needle & seat, but won't fire at the plug. What to check?
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    Archive through December 01, 2013

    Okay, Charlie, I'll bite. Where does this belong? The owner says he wants to sell it but doesn't know what to ask. That's why I wanted to find out if there was any interest out there.
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    Archive through December 01, 2013

    This International pickup is a '47 or '48 and belongs to my neighbor who wants to sell it. It hasn't been run or moved in at least 25 years. Would anyone be interested?
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    Archive through October 25, 2013

    So sorry to hear about your ordeal, Charlie. God bless you!
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    My New Toy

    Well, I thought I posted a pic., tells you how old I'm getting.
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    My New Toy

    Been kinda missing you guys, haven't been on here in about 6 months. Got a new toy and, except for my granddaughter, it's been occupying my time and the newness hasn't quite wore off yet. The '59 Vette needs constant work and working on cubs was a nice training session. I need to get back into...
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    My New Toy

    You got that right! By the time you can afford your dream car, you're an old man.
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    My New Toy

    Schultzie, That's a nice Vette you have, too. Is it a '61? I love it! You're probably right, the PO told me it was a 350, 300hp. I have trouble finding out what it really has using the casting numbers & Engine S/N.
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    My New Toy

    Thanks everyone
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    My New Toy

    I hate to do a burn out on a 54 year old car, too much stress on major components. I kick in the 4 bbl in 2nd gear, though, and it will press you into the seat. The engine isn’t the orig. 283 either. It was replaced by a ’69 Camero Z28 350 with 300hp so it’s got plenty of pep. BTW, the top...
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    My New Toy

    The original owners manual, unfortunately, the radio isn't. I'm the 4th owner, somewhere along the line the radio was replaced by an AM/FM.
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    My New Toy

    I'll have to put my tractors on the back burner for now, at least until the newness wears off. This was definitely on my bucket list, wanted one since I was 15 years old! It's a 1959 Corvette.
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    My 1450 Refurb Project-Part 3

    Got the seat springs switched. Didn't make any difference in the ride but sure made a difference in the adjustment!
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    My 1450 Refurb Project-Part 3

    Good catch, Melody, didn't notice that. I'll switch them today. Wonder if it makes any difference in the ride?
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    Archive through April 17, 2013

    Wayne, I'll try it. No, I didn't do the trunnion repair, it didn't look that bad. May wish I had.
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    My 1450 Refurb Project-Part 3

    Mike F., Thanks for the kind words. I love the red ones with the twin cylinders. They have the power, the torque, and they purr like a kitten. They are also the later models so they have all of the engineered refinements learned over the years. I just got a 982, which I've been looking for for...
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    Archive through April 17, 2013

    After finishing my 1450 refurb, I have a problem. It goes very fast in forward gear but extremely slow in reverse. What could be wrong?
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    My 1450 Refurb Project-Part 3

    Wayne, Thanks, and yes it does feel good to finish it. I drove it over to the neighbor I bought it from and his jaw dropped. He bought it used and he used it several years & never knew what it looked like new. Brought his wife out, too. He just stared & stared at it, felt good, I'll do a...
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